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gO.OK, CARD ANR J0B I*x*in.ting Office; East Hill, Idaho City. T HE Proprietors heg leave to announce. to the people of Idaho City and vicinity, that they have a varied mid complete assortment of JPLjV.US'. and ORNAMENTAL • JOB AND CARD TYPES, which make their fatali'-ies for executing all kinds of Plain, and Ornamental Printing unsurpassed by any office in the upper country.. All orders for jobs will be oxeuted with neatness and dis patch. ' JOB WORK MUST BE;PAID FOR ON DELIVERY CITY NEWS* Messrs. Smith and Childs, of Wells. Fargo & Co.'s office, have very frequently accommodated us with, express favors, for whicfiwe are greatly obliged.. Masonic.— The election. Of the officers of the F. & A. M., Pioneer Lodge, No. 1, will take place this evening, and a full attendance is therefore desirable. Persons having letters, or communications of any kind for this office, aod who h ave not rime to visit the office, can leave them at Wells,. Fargo & Co.'s office, on Main street. Santa Claus arrived yesterday and stocked his gifts and goods in jolly.abundance at the store, of Brooks & Co., corner of Main and Commercial streets. He brought a huge stock of dry goods and clothing also, for the, people to celebrate Christmas in. Advertisement next week. Rev. C. S. Kingsley preaches every Sunday morning, at 10 o'clock, in the - church* om. Com mercial street below Montgomery. On Sunday, the llthinst., will he,commenced a series of discourses on the Divine Inspiration of the Bible. All are invited to attend. Mr.. Tames Graham, of Pioneer City, has been appointed Territorial Agent.of Phelan & Hughes' Billiard Tables, and has made arrangements by which the tables and all their appurtenances can hfc bought at San Francisco rates plus freight. Any one wishing to furnish their saloons with thesejfavorite tables, should visit Mr. Graham. Internal Improvements. -Several enterprisngi business men on Wall street have lately made some improvements on the lower end of Wall street, which add much to the traveling facilities* A newbridge has been put across the creek, and a contract let for nearly $200 for grading the road on the west side of the creek. This has been done by exclusively private means. Reep Off the Crossways.— If teamsters have to bear the brunt of all the swearing that pedes trians in a hurry expend when they find the cross ings of tie streets in this town blocked up with wagons, the judgment book will be black; with accusations. They can relievo their consciences» as well as accommodate the public in general— especially women and children—by stopping their teams where they won't stop every one else. The Masonic Ball. —St. John's Day, will be commemorated hy one of the grandest balls that has ever been .given in Idaho City. Messrs. Tot mam, Raymond and Wertime, comprising the Committee on Arrangements, are gentlemen of musical taste and large experience, and will spare nothing to make the evening one-of the purest e*n jpyment. We doubt not that Magnolia Hall will be irradiated and adorned by the brightest stars in the constellation of Idahoan beauty. The Drummond Light, alias the Great Tanop tique, was displayed last Saturday night at the Forrest Theater to a very good house. Notwith standing some defects in the machinery by which some of the beauties of the various scenes were lost, the Panoptique was a success. Views of scenery by land and sea, of tho principal citjes of historic interest, of many noted b-Hidings and ob jects, and portraits of distinguished men, compos ed the programme for the evening. We learn that it wtll be taken to all the principal towns in this vicinity, and it is certainly well worth visit ing* J __ SociABLE.--Tn another place we publish the Constitution and By-Laws of the Philharmonic Society, recently organized for the purpose of de vising ways and means for killing the ennui "in separable from the dreary storms, and lengthened nights of a Bannock Winter. It will meet at Prior's building*on Main street. Mr. Prior has fitted Hp a commodious rqom, çne door above the Saloon, and, will furnish it with late publications, magazines and newspapers, from all parts of the United States. The admission fees and weekly diies will be but a small item, sufficient only to defray the expenses of light and firewood. The Society is designed for social enjoyment, and. though called a Philharmonic Society.it will be equally as much Philologie, Philanthropic, Philo juatic, Philopolemic, Philosophistic, and Philo technic. Trains on the Road— Mr. Charles J. Bernstiel, of the firm of Miller & Bernstiel, of this city, has, favored us with a list of the trains which have arrived, or are now on the road, consigned to that house. The following'list comprises the most of the trains which havo arrived.'! during the past month : E. Miller, E. W. Sigsbee, Bnown & Etell, Ben Agee, Alex. Pfeifer, Joseph Suevens, C. C. Row ley & Co., Michael Estoup, M. Goetz, C, E. Lewis, John Monrooà Co., C. A. Hasford & Co., Jasper <k Beard, H. Avis, S. Prescott, W. T. Lord ? John Denney, Andy McCarty, Hensell & Hutchinson, IX. B.iSimpson, A. F. Weston, P. H. Mahony, A. IX. Jarvis, H. B. Stubbs & Co., Wm..Langhry< The following trains are now ou the road. Most of. them are expected in a.few days : S. Starkey, B. DeLord, Connor & Lehman-,.J. ft. Simpson, John B. Richardson, A. Benson* Ben. Barlow. The foregoing exhibits something of the nature \ the business of this wholesale firm. The stock provisions, clothing, liquors, and goods aud Vs of every description, are well worth-view as they are piled away in their j^ejlars in ^stacks like Pelion upon 0 Your Washing.—A friend suggests to us that some good can be accomplished by reminding the public that there are many families in this vicinity •n indigent circumstances, who would be glad to receive work hy which they, can support them selves- and children.. Several* of these families have received material assistance from the Immi grant Relief Society., Most*of these are widows, or women whose husbands or fathers, have been disabled from labor by accident or sickness.— There are quite a number of ChinameD nowin town .who do much of the washing for the hotels, and bacheler residents. These Chinamen are all very well in their own way, but they are sadly in the way of these poor women who would gladly place themselves beyond the necessity of asking relief from,their neighbors, if they could get this work. Most of these Chinamen are in good cii ( cnmstances, and.aro " salting away.'' their money for .future use in China. The poor women who are anxiously looking around for their daily bread, have certainly greater claims for work and relief than.these Chinamen. Bachelors!, show your chivalry by packing up your,clothes and sending them to some of these widows and poor women P. S. The foregoing was not intended to include the Chinaman, " Tycoon," -who keeps a little laundry on Wall street, in which he docs the Idaho washing of the Boise Statesman. As u Ty coon's " letters-do not show.much of a man. there is a suspicion afloat that Tycoon is a Celestial female,, and therefore entitled, to all the washing she wants. This is probably a slander; but as " Tycoon " will be in adverse circumstances in a short time, he is entitled to the public charity. But we warn our friends to count their shirts be fore they send them there. The Idaho Sliding Club.— This famous Club having immortalized itself last winter, is prepar? ing to perpetuate its immortality by carrying on anotherwinter campaign against any and .all other rivals. We observe a.pile of lumber already on the ground to be used in repairing and bridging some holes on the Wall street hill. *Mr. Cody contributed $25, for the necessary repairs,, and other parties have paid np liberally, and they ins tond soon to be in readiness to extend a challenge to Centerville, Pkcerville* " or any other man/fc to meet them upon the slippery grade, and com-i pete for the mastery of the world. The Piacer ville Club, we understand, has already prepared an immense sleigh, with which they.expect to run down everything on M the track. The race last winter between these two Clubs, at Centerville was a very exciting episode in the snowy era o f that year, and unquestionably the combatants will have aa-opportunity to fight their battles over again during this season. Meanwhile wé shall lay back in our chair, and melt our frozen ink, to be in readiness to make a record of as mapy broken heads, legs and artns as possible. Our Latitude.— Mr. J. H. Slater of Boise city, took a solar observation at this place last week, to determine the latitude of Idaho-city, "We learn from him that he has determined the correct figures by several observations, and is certain that it is correct. He places Idaho city in 43 degrees, 46 minutes. This fixes the town a few miles fur ther south than it is laid down on Bancroft's map. This line extended eastward, runs through Minne sota, crossing the Mississippi river near La Crosse and Sheboygan, Wisconsin ; thence through the northern portion of Michigan to Toronto, Canada West ; thence to Ticonderoga, N. Y., through the White Mountains of New Hampshire to Yar mouth, Maine. That it may be fixed more defi nitely in our minds by points on the Pacific coast, we give the latitu U of prominent towns here, de rived from Bancroft's Almanac, 1863, San Fran cisco, latitude 37 degrees, 47 minutes. The dif ference is therefore about six degrees*- Portland. Oregon, is in 45 degrees, 30 minutes. Walla Walla, approximately, 46 degrees, 3 minutes. Eu gene city is in 44 degrees, 3 minutes. Umpqua, on the coast, is in a * corresponding latitude with Idaho city. Winter in Idaho.— Winter announces if» arri val among us with' the merry ringing of sleigh bells, and the happy shouts of schoolboys reveling in the snowdrifts. The country now appears decidédly wintery, but notwithstanding the snowy accumulations, thousands of earnest faces are turned hopefully toward the wide-spreading clouds, blessing these frozen children of the skies, and prayiög/for the coming of more. These snow banks are laying up a stock upon which thousands of hardy miners will make liberal draughts in the warm days of Spring. The want of them one year ago detained hundreds here who otherwise.-long ago would have made wives and children in sun nier lands happy with th-iir coming. Should these snows continue to accumulate, ( they will make lively times in the Boise Basin in the Spring. An Interesting Game. —Mr. Thomas Prior, of this city, has shown us a written agreement which he has made with J. C. Robinson, to aontest their skill at draughts (checkers.) The games will be played at Prior's saloon next Wednesday evening The parties wiTplay for fifty dollars a side, total of one hundred dollars tor the winner. Thirteen games will be played, the winner of the majority of the thirteen taking the stakes. The games will commence at one o'clock p.m. It is agreed that each party shall have one and a half minutes in which to make a move, and no piece is to be touched by either party without making a move. C.D. Cagwin and W. B. Knapp are appointed Referees. Parties desiring to witness the game will be. admitted—admission one dollar. Parties wishing to insert advertisements or notices of any description, willgreatly oblige us by forwarding them to this office as early as possible in the week. We speak of this because, on nearly every Friday night, as we as we are about to go to press, a half dozen anxious gentlemen come rushing in with something they wish inserted, which they have been neglecting for a week. Come to time, gentlemen, if you please.- In the Spring we shall relieve you somewhat by publishing a tri-weekly or daily. . I O. S. , Barney & Hartwell will give their next Dancing Academy Assembly on Tuesday eve. ning next, at Pickwick Hall. No gentleman will be al lowed inside of the hall on such occasions, Without a verbal invitation from one of us. The next lesson for the ladies will be on Friday, December 17th, at 2 o'clock p. m. Gents', 7% same evening. BARNEY & HARTWELL.. Ptto Current. CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY HIGBY* & CO Dealers in General Merchandise, Groceries and Provisions, Cor* Mam and Wall Sts* GROCERIES AND PRODUCE. Butter, best Isth. $1,1)0 1 Beans lb do Oregon roll $1,00 j Chickens, $ doz Green apptfes 19 fi> _ ô0 j Eggs, 19 d°z Apples,dr'd, y ft>37 Peaches, do $ Tb sOC&OO Beef, on foot, $ lb Side Bacon, 19 lb 45 Shoulders, * 37 Tea Imp.Gun.l^lb 1 50 do Black. $ÏÏ> Or. Flour, $cwt, $22 00 O'g'n Standard, $22 00 Self-rising FI. "$24 00 Onions, $ lb Rice, best, 19 lb Oregon oats 19 lb 25 36 00 2 00 50 45 50 30 55 Hams, 19 2> Soap,, 19 * Lard, 19 Salt, $ Sugary .or 19 do Si F. refined^ lb 50 do Island, 19 B> 45 CoÖee, Rio 19 lb 55 Candles, y lb 75 Natleaf tobac 1.50@2 00 15 i Sweet tobac'ol 30@1 50 56 1 Dribd plums, 190» 65 Cheese,best Cal, fi>$ ,75 Barley, Potatoes, $ lb Shovels, each Sluice forks, Mining hoes, fl)d?5 f Syrupfri? gal 6 00 hardware, &c. $3 00 J Nails, ast'd siz's$ lb 37J 5.00 j Quicksilver, 19 $1>5 h 3.00 I Axes haudled, 4,00 CLOTHING. $30 Wom's hnp botees do calf do $ pair " do do husk's 6 00 M'ns kp hts,l9 pr. 9 00 domedi'nij.çf pr 8 00 do ealf, 19. pr 8@12 00 do brog. kp$ pr 3,50 do quilted, 19 pr 3 50 Woolen draw'rs 18 @ 24 Red drawers 30 @ 36 Gum boots, long legs 10 Gum boots, sh'rt le'3 8 Men's ca'lry bts. 10 Men's boots, long gr 10 Cal'nia best blau&ets 14 Salem blankets 12 Oregon soc&s y doz- 8 Best Cal wool sht's 3@4 BucA:gloves19 dz 18(t£30 Red undersh'ts 30 @ 36 WINES AND LIQUORS. Godard brandy 19 g $10 filler R & Co. " 10 Pelivosin & Si't" 6@7 Hermitage whis&y g 6 Essence of Old VaT^lg 6 Magnolia .w îg g 6 00 Eureia whisfcy 19 gal 5 Cutter whi'y- ^ gal 6 00 Best champ'n y doz 44 Hoc k 19 case 36 Cab wine case 20 Claret 19 case 20 Sherry gal in wood 6 Port 19 gal in wood 6 Schnaps ^case 18 Borers bitters 19c 20 Kerosene (^y gal $4,00 Duncan's Prices Current. $ 35@50 Tobacco, 19 & 75@1 50 1.00@150 Whisky ^ gallon, 6 00 cwt. 22.00 Cats 19 head $5(§)15 00* Salt y lb 25 Coffee 19 lb 48@75 Sugar, refin'd y 1 lb 40 do crushed y lb 60 Horses* Mules, Flour, Greenbacks, Potatoes, 19 lb Cabbage, y it> Turnips, ^ lb Onions, y lb Tea ? lb Butter ? lb Bacon ? lb Beans ? lb Rice ? lb Pickles ? jar, Braindy ? gall. Soap ? 60 cts 12 X uy, 10@12 75® 1 50 75@1 00 45 @50 23@25 40@50 1 75@$2 $@$12 ;L>'d Peaches ? 35@C0 Salaratus ? lb ' 25@35 Yeast Powd's ? doz., $5 Brandy? gall. $5@12 Oats ? lb 7@9c Barley ? lb -- Hay ? lb ô@7o Mo. Honey ? ft 75c 75@1 00 Clothing—Reasonable. Notice. Mr. S. J. Pierce is my Agent and Attorney, duly authorized to transact all business in my behalf during my absence from Idaho City. J. B. PIERCE. October 31 ; 1864. n2tf IPHOf ÏÏIRÜ §<, AMBR 0 TYPES AND PHOTOGRAPHS!! JOHNJUNK&007, East Side of Main Street, nearly ojrposite Wells, Fargo fy Co.'s Express Office, IDAHO CITY, A RE always ready preparefl to furnish Pic tures of all styles in the most artistic man ner. Wo would respectfully solicit a trial from the public. 5tf PRIOR'S SALOON. O N Main street* a few doors above Harris Drug Storo. This Saloon has been enlarged, refitted and furnished with every convenience. We are receiving direct- from San Francisco, a large invoice of choice "Wines, Liquors and. Cigars, Lager, jAle and IPörter. g5g~Gîve us a call* and try them. 4t f private; medical aid. Quick Cures and Moderate Charges. DU. W. 1ST. DOHERTY'S PRIVATE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL 1NSTITUTE Saeramento street, below Montgomery, opposite the Par ! eific Mail Steamship Co's . office. Private entrance on Leidesdorff street, San Francisco. Established expressly to afford the afflicted sound and scientific Medical Aid, in the treatment and cure off all Private and ('hremic Diseases, cases of secrecy and all sexual diseases TO the afflicted, Dr. W. K. Doherty returns his sincere thanks to his numerous patients for their patronage, and would take this opportunity to remind them that he con tinues to consult, at his Institute for the cure of chronic diseases of the Lungs, Liver, Kidneys, Digestive aud Genito-Urimfry Organs, and all private diieases, viz.: Sy philis in all is forms and stages, Seminal Weakness, and all the horrid consequences of self-abuse, Gonorrhoea, Gleet', Strictures, Nocturnal and Diurnal Emissions-, Sexu al Debility, Diseases of the Back and Lions, Inflamation of the bladder and Kidneys, etc., etc.; and he hopes that his long experience and successful practice of many years will continue to insure him a share of public patronage. Bv the practice of many years in Europe and the United States, he is enabled to apply the most efficient and suc cessful remedies against diseases of all kinds. He uses no mercury,, charges moderate, treats hi3 patients in a correct and honorable way, has references of unquestion able veracity from men of known respectability and high standingin society. All parties consulting him, by letter aud otherwise, will receive the best and gentlest treat ment aud implicit secrecy. I)r. Doherty will take pleasure in showing to patients who will call on him the sworn depositions of many who have been cured by him, who have previously tried mail y physicians but without,success. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Patients residing in any part of the State, however dis tant, who may desire the opinion and advice of Dr. Doherty on their respective cases, and who think proper to submit a written statement of such, inprelerenee to holding a personal interview, ere respectfully assured that their communications will be held most sacred. Dr. Doherty takes this opportunity of observing, that all letters are only opened and replied to by himself, and the latter as promptly as possible. If the case be fully and candidly described,, personal communication will be superceded, as instructions for diet, regimen, and the general treatment of the cases itself (including tho remedies), will be forwarded without delay, and in such a manner as to convey no idea of the purport of the letter or parcel so transmitted. tvs' Consultation gratis. Permanent cure guaranteed or no pay. Address W. K. DOHERTY, M.D., nt>-3m* San Francisco, California. FOR SALE. lOO lbs. Type Nletal, which, for machine boxing is considered equal if not supc- ior to Babbitt's lUfitaL.. ' World Oefixk. To th.e Gren.tleiiian.wlio Borrowed My Overcoat : 1 1HE person who borrowed by Overcoat, when he went to Bannock, will please return the same to me, or I will be under the necessity of advertising for him indi vidually, as I was considerably interested in bis welfare when I lent him the coat. Think he lives on Buena Vista Bar. WM. A. YATES. u6-3t Stage House, Boise City. BEWARE! P ERSONS who have become indebted to T. D. Huntoon, while doing business in Idaho City, aie hereby- notified that his books, and book accounts have been assigned to Blackman, How ard & Co., aud unlèsssaid persons call at the office of the undersigned, on Montgomery street, Idaho City, and settle the same immediately, suit will be instituted upon said accounts. 6tf D. Wm. DOUTH1TT, Attorney for Blackman, Howard & Co. NOTICE. A T a meeting of the Elk Horn Gold and.Silver Mining Company, held at Pioneer City, No vember 22d, for the purpose of electing officers for the ensuiDg term of one year, the following gentlemen were elected : C. L. Harrington, Pres ident; Daniel Rothkopf, Vice President; W. W. Chapman, Jr., Secretary. They were also elected Directors. *W. W. CHAPMAN, Jr. Nov. 23,1864n3-4t Secretary. Notice of Dissolution. To Whom It May Concern : T HE Co-Partnership heretofore existing be tween -S. Manning and Z. Labreche, in the blacksmithing business, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Zr~. Labreche retires from the firm. All partnership debts will be paid on pre senting accounts, and those indebted will please call and settle. I. would return thanks to my friends and customers for their liberal patronage and hope, by strict attention to business and moderate prices, to merit a continuance of the same. S. MANNING. Centerville, Nos*. 26th, 1864. 6w3 Dissolution Notice. T HE co-partnership heretofore existing unde - the firm of Cohen & Phillips, in Idaho City, is this day dis solved by mutual consent. Mr. B. Cohn, who will con tinue the business of the Yqur.g American. Clothing Store, at the old stand, assuming all the.liabilities of the late firm, and he alone is authorized to collect all debts due them. BEN JA MIN COHN, Idaho city, Nov. 30,1834-n6-3t II. PHILLIPS. Dissolution ÏÇptice. T HF firm of McCarver, Clark & Co. is this day dis solved by mutual consent. All liabilities, except those exempted by private written agreement, will be settled by C. Clark, to ■ whom, debtors to the firm will also make their settlements. M. McCARYER, C. CLARK, Idaho City, Nov. 11,1864-n(5-3t W. TOWNSEND. TUE BANK OF CALIFORNIA. Virginia, AGENCY,, Nevada, WM. SHARON, General Agent. T HE AGENCY IS NOW PREPARED TO receive deposits of Coin or Bullion, either on open account, or so issuo certificates therefor payable, at the option of the holder, in V irginia or in San Francisco; tc make collections ;. to purchase Bullion at the most favorable rates, or advance coin thereon when forwarded to parent Bank in San Francisco ; :sell Bills of Exchange, ana transact a general banking business. Exchange for Sale on London, Boston, Paris, San Francisco, j Bank of Ireland, Dub- Sacramento, lin, Portland, Oregon, New- York, Ac., &c. WM. SHARON. General Agent. J. A. RALSTON, Cashier. Virginia, Nov. 15th, 1864. 5tf TUE WAU QUESTION DECIDED ! I F youiyrish toseenre your Holiday Presents in time, and at low rates, you'd better call* and exam ine them at Rosenberg's CIGAR AND FANCY GOODS STORE, Where you will find a Great Variety of TOYS, SUCTORIAL BOOKS,. * Plain and Fancy Candies, And a thousand other things too numerous to mention 1 . 1 Remember the place—it is one door above McLean's Grocery Store,* anil a blue sign swinging before the door, on Wall street: Idaho city. M. ROSENBERG, i [4»0] New Millinery and Dry-Goods «we* esie « T HE Undersigned takes pleasure in informing the Ladies, and the public in general, of Ida ho, that they have just opened a nice selected stock of Dry Goods,Fai cy Goods, and Millinery Goods, all of the latest siyle and fashion,—and having purchased them at *S»n Francisco, we can seul them as cheap as the cheapest Please call and examine our NEW STOCK before purchasing elsewhere. Mrs. BARBARA ROSENTHAL, Main street, opposite W., F. & Co.'s, Idaho. N . B. Hats and Bonnets made and trimmed to order in .the latest fashion. 3tf C. KLANE,, DEALER IN F URNITURE of every description, Beds and Bedding, Sofas, Wall Paper. Curtains, etc. On Main street, near corner of Walluia street,— Idaho City'. 4m3 DKlfTESTRY. . T HE undersigned has located in this city to practice his profession. Having been in constant practice for a peri oil of over twelve years, he feels confident that he can satisfy all who-may require his services. Has a large supply of*artificial teeth, and other facilities fotr doing all kinds of work in his line. Office on Wall street, second door above Higby & to.'s store. 2tf F. C. NICHOLS. DR. C. H. STUART, PHYSICIAN, o Surgeon and. Accoucheur. FFICE—On Main Street, Pioneer City, I. T. 5tf. J. K. Clark, M. D. j ;C.B. Parker, M. D. Doctors Clark & Parker, - H omeopathic physicians, offico on Main st., opposite Poujadu House, Idaho city. This treatment will cure all diseases that any other treatment can cure— quicker and more permanently ; also, many that are con sidered incurable. Particular attention paid to .chronic diseases, and all diseases of women and children. May be consulted at all hours day and night. 4mfi DUNCAN & TURNER, . Auctioneers and Commission Mer chants. C l LO THING, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS j and every species of Merchandise for sale at their store on Wall street, one door aba ye the Idaho Stable, Idaho Cîty. ÔÙ E. MILLER, ) j CHAS. J. BERNST4EL». San Francisco, Col. ) ( Idaho City, I. T. MILLER & BERNSTIEL, Wholesale Dealers in General Merchandise, offer" 1 to the Merchants and Dealers purchasing in this markot, T HE LARGEST AND BEST > SELECTED * stock of goods ever brought to the Boise Ba-. sin; consisting of FANCY AND- STAPLE GROCERIES, Provisions, Faints and Oils, Hardware, Blasting Powder Clothing, and Safety Fuse. Boots and Shoes, Shovels and Sledges, Liquors and Tobacco, Duck, Window Glass, and numerous other - articles suitable for this market. The above stock has recently been purchased in, San Francisco and* is offered to the trade at the lowest wholesale prices at their store, on Montgomery^street, three doors below Wall*street.- . Being -provided with two large fire-proof cellars.it gives ns opportuni ty to keep a large assortment of. the above articles constantly on hand. Idaho City, 1. T., October 26, 1S64. lmO FOR THE EAST! BEN. BOLLAD AY'S jgf"OVERLAND*C& STA(rE_ LISE., Through Time to Atchison or Nebraska city : U DAYS! Connecting with Ftailroada- 1 o parts of the States ! alii ......STAGES LEAVE BOISE CITY...... Wednesdays . Fridays and Sundays ; LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY DAILY. Fare from Boise City to Salt Lake—$100. Gold. Far« from Salt Lake City to Atchison or Nebras- . ka City—$300, Greenbacks. A. T. BEACH, Agent O. S. L., Boise City. JO. S. ROBERSON, Agt. Salt Lake City. (^"Office at Holladay & Halsey, Banking and i Exchange House, Salt Lake City. n2m2 HUMBOLDT EXPRESS CO. ____Through to.... San Francisco in Seven Days ! ! ; OUR REGULAR WEEKLY PONY EXPRESS: L EAVES Idaho City every MONDAY NOON, for Star City, N. T., connec ting there with W. F. Co. for all parts of Califor nia. Letters sent by this route, will reach Sai Francisco the following Monday. We also ruu a Tri-Weehly Express To BOISE CITY & OWYHEE 1 leaving Idaho City every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4 o'clock a. m. Letters and other mat ters entrusted to our care, will be forwarded with safety and dispatch. Latest dates oi California . . Nevada and Oregon papers, constantly on hand . Office, Main street, opposite Wells, Fargo k Co. , Idaho city, Aug. 5, 1864. n46:tf ( ! ■ T HE ATTÉNT10N OF MINERS IS DIRECT ed to the fact that the undersigned is pre pared to furnish the best HYDRAULIC HOSE, from No.*0 to No. 4-0, sewed with three seams, in lots of 60 yards and upwards, at $2 25 to 2,50 pci yard; with nozzle attached, $10 extra. Order by .W.,F, & Co.'s Express promptly attended to Address— R. G. ALDRICH, Portland, Ogn. tdh-Refers by permission, to Wm. H. Reed (Agt W., F. & Co.), E. M. Tracy, W. J. Van Schuy veii —Portland ; A. P. Turner, Judge S> P. Scanikcf, —Idaho City. Im2 The Overland BILLIARD SALOON ! : Boise City, I. T. T HE Proprietors take pleasure in announcing-, to the public that they have fitted up tin- . above-named Saloon in a style unsurpassed by any- . in the Territory. The Bar is kept supplied with $ the finest qualities of 1 Wines, Liquors anti Cigars, which are warranted to be genuine. G.C. CHAPMAN, 51 tf ' L. B. LINDSEY. Co.'s Grreath.ou.se STAGES _hetwppn—■ BOISE BASIN s WALLUU j —carrying the— ■«er® EXPRESS ! L EAVE the International Hotel, Placervillc. Every-Other Day at one o'clock, y a m. 27t 1 Through in 48 Hours! ! Walla "Wali a an d Idaho C ity IK».SÄ."®T«a-SSS 9 Medicines, Paints, Oils, &e., NI ai ix Street, J8öi" Opposite the Idaho Saloon, Idaho City."5j T HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING THIS DA ", formed a co-partnership under the name an firm of CRAIG & MIX, in Walla Walla.W.T and Tdaho City, I. T.. with a full and complet assortment of Drugs. Chemicals, Paints, OiK Varnishes, Brushes, Perfumery, and everythin in their line of business, would respectfully soli* it the patronage of the public. Prescription carefully and accurately prepared. JAMES S. CRAIG. ALFRED A. MIX. Dk. BARSTOW, at the Drug Store of Craig *„ Mix, attends to Office practice only. Ida City, Oct 29. vlnlti Notice. "YTOTICE it hereby given that tigere will be <*, meeting of the Stockholders of the Emm» i Gold and Silver Mining Company held at the o fice of J. K. Shafer, in Idaho City. Boise count* I. T..on.Saturday, the 10th day of Deeeraber. / I), 1864. for the purpose of settiing and adjustii. the affairs of the Company, and ior the tram-r. tion of such other business as may lawlully ci l. v beiore the said meeting. ' J. M. MORE,President 3w4 . Emmett G. & S. M. Co, .473